Education, Health, and Human Performance
For 40 years, scores of preschoolers have come to the College looking for the same thing as their older campus peers: a place to be intellectually stimulated while enjoying the company of curious classmates.
Since 2011, the College of Charleston has partnered with Chucktown Squash to provide underprivileged children with academic guidance, athletic training and community service opportunities.
Education professor Margaret Hagood says future teachers in her classes have to know how to move seamlessly between print and digital texts. Sets of class iPads are helping students to learn.
“My research has the ability to impact women’s behaviors, health, and lives. But, it cannot do that if it only sits in the pages of an academic journal.”